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Ion Ludwig goes off the beaten path with A Better Future To Long EP, to add a new chapter to Metereze’s rather unconventional musical journey.
Each of the three cuts can be easily pictured as electronic mandalas: launched into the frequency modulated dense air, repeating themselves over and over again until they get hardcoded into the dance floor memory. Each of the three cuts is building momentum around an obsessive pattern, meant to anchor the listener into the here and now. 140KM:h comes with a dusty acid feel driven within the reverbs, stretched on the whole Side A. Father’s Sorrow can go easily as a dark tint of stripped techno, until you isolate the trippy melodic mold from the heavy background. Mitad Del Mundo is nothing but a lo fi strip, filled with rolling basslines, a proper reminder that house music has its own twisted side.
Metereze welcomes Ion Ludwig.